Rahasia Qailulah

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Cuba kita praktikan sunnah Rasullah s.a.w ini dengan istiqamah. Sabda Rasullah s.a.w “Lakukanlah Qailulah, kerana sesungguhnya syaitan itu tidak berani Qailulah” (Riwayat ai-Tabrani)

Apa itu Qailulah ?
Qailulah ialah tidur sebentar pada siang hari.

Bila waktu paling sesuai untuk amalkan Qailulah ?
Mengikut pengalaman mereka yang istiqamah mengamalkan Qailulah, waktu paling baik ialah antara pukul 12 tengahari sehingga sebelum Zohor. Namun boleh juga dilakukan selepas Zohor.

Apakah kelebihan atau Kebaikan Qailulah ?
Mengikut kajian, 1 minit Qailulah kualitinya bersamaan dengan 45 minit waktu tidur kita di waktu malam. Jadi, cukup sekadar dapat 15 minit Qailulah, kita sudah boleh bangun solat malam tanpa rasa mengantuk, insyaAllah.

Qailulah @ tidur sekejap waktu tengahari akan memudahkan kita untuk bangun malam dan berqiamulail.

Orang barat memanggil Qailulah sebagai “nap“. Di negara barat biasanya “nap” dilakukan dari pukul 2-4 petang. Hasil kajian menunjukan amalan “nap’ waktu tengahari dapat mengelakkan penyakit jantung.

Menurut kajian lagi, manusia perlu berehat setelah 6-8 jam berjaga. Kita orang Islam akan bangun seawal jam 5.30 pagi untuk solat subuh. kalau dikira dari waktu subuh hingga pukul 12-1 tengahari, ia sudah cukup 7-8 jam kita berjaga. Jadi Qailulah @ nap ini adalah sangat-sangat berpatutan untuk dilakukan pada masa itu. Ia sangat sesuai denga fitrah badan manusia.

Menurut mereka yang istiqamah mengamalkan Qailulah, sebaik bangkit dari Qailulah, kita mungkin akan pening sedikit selama 5-20 minit. Tetapi selepas itu, kita akan mendapati perubahan mendadak dari segi emosi, kecerdasan dan fokus.

Cubalah amalkan sunnah Qailulah ini. Renung-renungkan dan selamat beramal.

http://www.virtualfriends.net/article/articleview.cfm?AID=49965

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Qailulah ?

A short mid-day nap (Qailulah) is a Sunnah.

The value of this mid-day nap in total body relaxation has been appreciated recently by scientists.

Not only does a mid-day nap give relaxation to the body in day time but it is also very conducive to sleep at right.

Relaxing once during the day is very conducive to total relaxation and sleep.

It should be appreciated that insomnia is a “powerful stress in itself”. The Sunnah of short mid-day nap may, therefore, be practiced as a remedy for sleeplessness.

Furthermore, the sunnah is not necessarily to sleep during the day but to lie down for some time to relax. This is exactly what is required for proper relaxation according to the modem scientific investigations.

So Why Nap?

* Reduce stress! Siesta-loving persons are more relaxed. They usually score better on stress tests than others who don’t take a shortnap during the day.

*The risk of heart disease is shown to be greatly reduced by regular 30 minute naps.

*Naps greatly strengthen the ability to pay close attention to details and to make critical decisions.

*Naps taken about eight hours after you wake have been proved to do much more for you than if you added those twenty minutes onto already adequate nocturnal sleep.

Timing Is Everything!

A nap should be about 15 to 30 minutes in duration. If you nap longer than thirty minutes, your body falls into deep sleep, which is difficult to wake from and when you do, you’ll feel groggy

If you are severely sleep-deprived and must nap longer than 30 minutes, then you shouldn’t sleep less than an hour and a half, which is a complete sleep cycle. WARNING: Don’t expect to be fully alert until at least an hour after that nap.
A 15 minute nap is enough time to turn the nervous system off and can recharge the whole system!

If you are going to nap in the middle of the day, BE CONSISTENT and make a habit of napping everyday. An irregular napping schedule might disrupt your internal body clock. Napping only on weekends is like dieting or exercising only on weekends to make up for a week of overeating.

Brief naps taken daily are healthier than sleeping in or taking very long naps on the weekend. Be careful about taking that long nap on a lazy Sunday afternoon- you may find it hard to get to sleep that night and getting up on Monday to start the new week.

Late afternoon napping isn’t healthy- it delays your falling asleep time in the evening and begins to shift your biological clock.

Is There An Inborn Tendency To Nap?

Research indicates that the human body is inclined to rest in the middle of the afternoon as well as at night, even after adequate nocturnal sleep. A heavy lunch does not make you sleepy, it simply unmasks the physiological sleepiness that’s already in your body. The “post-lunch dip” in alertness occurs whether or not food is consumed. Our natural sleep pattern is biphasic: We have a significant drop in body core temperature and alertness at night, and a similar but smaller drop in the middle of the day. It’s then that you need a nap the most, especially if you have slept poorly the night before.

SLEEP POSTURE

The posture one adopts while sleeping reveals a lot about the personality of the person, his attitude towards life and so on.

Lying down in bed relaxes the muscles of the body and the degree of relaxation is determined by the sleep posture adopted by the person.

In the semifoetal position the person lies on his side with arms and legs partially folded. The limbs are not kept in an exactly opposed position.

In terms of physical comfort, in this position it is possible to turn from side to side without undoing the set configuration of the body position. It is supposed to be the best position in terms of physical comfort. It has, therefore, been considered as the best position for relaxation.

According to an old proverb the kings are known to prefer to sleep on their back, the rich man on his stomach and th ewise man on his side.

These abovementioned observations bear testimony to the superiority of sleeping in semi-flexed position on one side.

The sleep position which was adopted by Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) is a Sunnah and is scrupulously adopted by devout Muslims. He used to lie on his right-side with limbs slightly flexed, right hand below his cheek and facing towrds Kaba Sharif. This position is similar to the semi-foetal position described above, and, obviously in the light of the existing knowledge about sleep posture, is the position adopted by a highly balanced person psychologically. It is also the best posture for relaxation, both physical and psychological. Adherence to this sleep posture should therefore, contribute a lot to total body relaxation

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Re: Qailulah ?

subhanAllah…qailulah is awesome, it was part of our schedule in madrasah…right in between lunch and dhuhr. that nap freshened us up so much, iy kind of divided one day into two days. really helps in studies and stuff alhamdulillah i think qailulah was everyone’s favorite part of the day lol

http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthread.php?245252-Qailulah

Mid-Day Napping – Known as Qailulah in Islam

Mid-Day Napping – Known as Qailulah in Islam

January 31, 2008 By
 

A short mid-day nap (Qailulah) is a Sunnah.
The value of this mid-day nap in total body relaxation has been appreciated recently by scientists.

Not only does a mid-day nap give relaxation to the body in day time but it is also very conducive to sleep at right.

Relaxing once during the day is very conducive to total relaxation and sleep.

It should be appreciated that insomnia is a “powerful stress in itself”. The Sunnah of short mid-day nap may, therefore, be practiced as a remedy for sleeplessness.

Furthermore, the sunnah is not necessarily to sleep during the day but to lie down for some time to relax. This is exactly what is required for proper relaxation according to the modem scientific investigations.

So Why Nap?

  • Reduce stress! Siesta-loving persons are more relaxed. They usually score better on stress tests than others who don’t take a shortnap during the day.
  • The risk of heart disease is shown to be greatly reduced by regular 30 minute naps.
  • Naps greatly strengthen the ability to pay close attention to details and to make critical decisions.
  • Naps taken about eight hours after you wake have been proved to do much more for you than if you added those twenty minutes onto already adequate nocturnal sleep.

Timing Is Everything!
A nap should be about 15 to 30 minutes in duration. If you nap longer than thirty minutes, your body falls into deep sleep, which is difficult to wake from and when you do, you’ll feel groggy

If you are severely sleep-deprived and must nap longer than 30 minutes, then you shouldn’t sleep less than an hour and a half, which is a complete sleep cycle. WARNING: Don’t expect to be fully alert until at least an hour after that nap.
A 15 minute nap is enough time to turn the nervous system off and can recharge the whole system!
If you are going to nap in the middle of the day, BE CONSISTENT and make a habit of napping everyday. An irregular napping schedule might disrupt your internal body clock. Napping only on weekends is like dieting or exercising only on weekends to make up for a week of overeating.
Brief naps taken daily are healthier than sleeping in or taking very long naps on the weekend. Be careful about taking that long nap on a lazy Sunday afternoon- you may find it hard to get to sleep that night and getting up on Monday to start the new week.
Late afternoon napping isn’t healthy- it delays your falling asleep time in the evening and begins to shift your biological clock.

Is There An Inborn Tendency To Nap?
Research indicates that the human body is inclined to rest in the middle of the afternoon as well as at night, even after adequate nocturnal sleep. A heavy lunch does not make you sleepy, it simply unmasks the physiological sleepiness that’s already in your body. The “post-lunch dip” in alertness occurs whether or not food is consumed. Our natural sleep pattern is biphasic: We have a significant drop in body core temperature and alertness at night, and a similar but smaller drop in the middle of the day. It’s then that you need a nap the most, especially if you have slept poorly the night before.

SLEEP POSTURE

The posture one adopts while sleeping reveals a lot about the personality of the person, his attitude towards life and so on.

Lying down in bed relaxes the muscles of the body and the degree of relaxation is determined by the sleep posture adopted by the person.

In the semifoetal position the person lies on his side with arms and legs partially folded. The limbs are not kept in an exactly opposed position.

In terms of physical comfort, in this position it is possible to turn from side to side without undoing the set configuration of the body position. It is supposed to be the best position in terms of physical comfort. It has, therefore, been considered as the best position for relaxation.

According to an old proverb the kings are known to prefer to sleep on their back, the rich man on his stomach and th ewise man on his side.

These abovementioned observations bear testimony to the superiority of sleeping in semi-flexed position on one side.

The sleep position which was adopted by Prophet Mohammad (pbuh) is a Sunnah and is scrupulously adopted by devout Muslims. He used to lie on his right-side with limbs slightly flexed, right hand below his cheek and facing towrds Kaba Sharif. This position is similar to the semi-foetal position described above, and, obviously in the light of the existing knowledge about sleep posture, is the position adopted by a highly balanced person psychologically. It is also the best posture for relaxation, both physical and psychological. Adherence to this sleep posture should therefore, contribute a lot to total body relaxation.

http://myummah.co.za/site/2008/01/31/mid-day-napping-known-as-qailulah-in-islam/

QAILULAH (Tidur Siang Cara Rasulullah)

QAILULAH (Tidur Siang Cara Rasulullah)

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وَجَعَلْنَا نَوْمَكُمْ سُبَاتًا

Dan Kami jadikan tidurmu untuk istirahat. (QS. An-Naba’: 9)

 

“Qailulah-lah (istirahat sianglah) kalian, sesungguhnya setan-setan itu tidak pernah istirahat siang.” (HR. Abu Nu’aim dalam Ath-Thibb, dikatakan oleh Al-Imam Al-Albani rahimahullahu dalam Ash-Shahihah no. 1637: isnadnya shahih)

“Yang dimaksud dengan qailulah adalah istirahat di tengah hari, walaupun tidak disertai tidur.” (An-Nihayah fi Gharibil Hadits)

مَا كَانَ لِأَهْلِ الْمَدِيْنَةِ شَرَابٌ– حَيْثُ حُرِّمَتِ الْخَمْرُ –أَعْجَبُ إِلَيْهِمْ مِنَ التَّمْرِ وَالْبُسْرِ، فَإِنِّي لَأُسْقِي أَصْحَابَ رَسُوْلِ اللهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم وَهُمْ عِنْدَ أَبِي طَلْحَةَ، مَرَّ رَجُلٌ قَالَ: إِنَّ الْخَمْرَ قَدْ حُرِّمَتْ. فَمَا قَالُوا: مَتَى؟ أَوْ حَتَّى نَنْظُرَ. قَالُوا: يَا أَنَسُ، أَهْرِقْهَا، ثُمَّ قَالُوا عِنْدَ أُمِّ سُلَيْمٍ حَتَّى أَبْرَدُوا وَاغْتَسَلُوا، ثُمَّ طَيَّبَتْهُمْ أُمُّ سُلَيْمٍ ثُمَّ رَاحُوا إِلَى النَّبِيِّ صلى الله عليه وسلم فَإِذَا الْخَبَرُ كَمَا قَالَ الرَّجُلُ. قَالَ أَنَسٌ: فَمَا طَعِمُوهَا بَعْدُ

“Tidak ada minuman yang paling disukai penduduk Madinah tatkala diharamkannya khamr, selain (khamr dari) rendaman kurma. Sungguh waktu itu aku sedang menghidangkan minuman itu kepada para sahabat Rasulullah Shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam yang sedang berada di rumah Abu Thalhah. Tiba-tiba lewat seseorang, dia mengatakan, “Sesungguhnya khamr telah diharamkan!” Sama sekali para sahabat tidak menanyakan, “Kapan?” atau “Kami lihat dulu.” Mereka justru langsung mengatakan, “Wahai Anas, tumpahkan khamr itu!” Lalu mereka pun beristirahat siang di rumah Ummu Sulaim sampai hari agak dingin, setelah itu mereka mandi. Kemudian Ummu Sulaim memberi mereka minyak wangi. Setelah itu mereka beranjak menuju ke hadapan Nabi Shallallahu ‘alaihi wa sallam. Ternyata beritanya memang seperti yang dikatakan orang tadi. Maka mereka tak pernah lagi meminumnya setelah itu.”

(HR. Al-Bukhari dalam Al-Adabul Mufrad no.1241, dikatakan oleh Al-Imam Al-Albani rahimahullahu dalam Shahih Al-Adabil Mufrad no. 940: shahihul isnad)

 

‘Umar ibnul Khaththab radhiyallahu ‘anhu:

رُبَّمَا قَعَدَ عَلَى بَابِ ابْنِ مَسْعُوْدٍ رِجَالٌ مِنْ قُرَيْشٍ، فَإِذَا فَاءَ الْفَيْءُ قَالَ: قُوْمُوا فَمَا بَقِيَ فَهُوَ لِلشَّيْطَانِ. ثُمَّ لاَ يَمُرُّ عَلَى أَحَدٍ إِلاَّ أَقَامَهُ

Pernah suatu ketika ada orang-orang Quraisy yang duduk di depan pintu Ibnu Mas’ud. Ketika tengah hari, Ibnu Mas’ud mengatakan, “Bangkitlah kalian (untuk istirahat siang, pent.)! Yang tertinggal hanyalah bagian untuk setan.” Kemudian tidaklah Umar melewati seorang pun kecuali menyuruhnya bangkit.” (HR. Al-Bukhari dalam Al-Adabul Mufrad no.1238, dikatakan oleh Al-Imam Al-Albani rahimahullahu dalam Shahih Al-Adabil Mufrad no. 939: hasanul isnad)

Qailulah atau bahasa inggrisnya dikenal sebagai Quick-nap adalah tidur siang sebentar yang menjadi kebiasaan Rasulullah saw dan sahabat-sahabatnya. Mungkin sebagian dari kita masih menganggap bahwa tidur siang itu seperti anak kecil atau menganggap bahwa tidur siang adalah bentuk kemalasan. Namun, anggapan ini adalah salah. Tidur siang yang dimaksud hanyalah berkisar 15 menit sd 30 menit. Namun walaupun sebentar kualitasnya sama dengan tidur malam selama 2 jam. Oleh karena itu Qailulah ini dapat membantu sahabat yang ingin mendirikan Ibadah Malam di malam harinya. Sehingga tidak mudah mengantuk pada siang hari serta tetap fresh dan fokus.

Quick-nap ternyata juga sudah diterapkan di berbagai perusahaan Jepang dan Amerika. Beberapa perusahaan Amerika yang telah menerapkannya untuk karyawannya antara lain Nike, Google, Jawa mobile dari Scottsdale company, Continental and British Airways, Ben & Jerry’s dan lain-lain. Mereka melihat dan membandingkan karyawan yang melakukan quick-nap lebih fokus, segar dan tidak mudah sakit dalam hari-hari produktif bekerja.

Manfaat Quick-nap atau qailulah menurut para ahli antara lain

1. Meningkatkan kewaspadaan, ingatan atau memori, kemampuan motorik, pengambilan keputusan dan semangat. Bahkan juga dapat menurunkan kemungkinan sakit jantung dan stress sebesar 30%. Manfaat ini diteliti oleh David Dinges dari University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine pada tahun 80 an.

2. Menyingkirkan kantuk di siang hari tanpa mengganggu tidur malam hari. Manfaat tersebut diungkapkan oleh Jim Horne, direktur Sleep Research Centre di Loughborough University di Inggris.

3. Memberikan ketenangan. Kata Dr. Roger Rosa, ilmuwan senior dari the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

Berikut adalah saran dari Dr. Sara Mednick, penulis buku “Take a Nap! Change Your Life.” agar sahabat bisa tidur siang sekejap di tempat kerja atau di manapun.

1. Siapkan waktu dan ruang.

Quicknap membutuhkan waktu 15 menit sampai 30 menit. Ruang yang dibutuhkan tidak harus ruang tidur, cukup tempat duduk yang nyaman, karpet atau matras serta tidak diganggu oleh orang-orang yang di sekitar.

2. Kondisikan senyaman mungkin.

Apabila memungkinkan, ruangan diseting agar gelap. Karena ketika gelap otak memproduksi hormon melatonin. Oleh karena itu ketika mata tertutup, lampu sebaiknya dimatikan. Atau paling tidak memakai penutup mata. Matikan Handphone serta sebaiknya tidak terkena AC atau kipas angin secara langsung.

3. Hati-hati dengan bahan kimia makanan atau minuman

Sebaiknya anda menghindari kafein (teh dan kopi) untuk beberapa jam sebelum tidur siang. Begitu juga hindari alkohol, nikotin (rokok), obat diet dan obat anti depresan. Oya, sebaiknya makan siang dilakukan setelah tidur siang. Jadi tidur siang terbaik adalah ketika lambung kosong (bukan lapar).

ditulis oleh:

H. Afrizal Muttaqien, S.Si, CPNLP, CHt.

http://bloghidayah.wordpress.com/2012/01/07/qailulah-tidur-siang-cara-rasulullah/